Via his Twitter account, Mark Ruffalo gives his fans an update on a future solo Hulk film, which is to say that the update is that there is no update. Hulk will next be seen in The Avengers 2, what happens for the jade giant after is anyone's guess.
How to make Planet HULK work without sacrificing Mark Ruffalo's Banner...
Our last dregs of Entertainment Weekly's coverage on Marvel Studios' Phase II plans and beyond. Feige briefly and noncommittally touches on Doctor Strange but also has some interesting yet abstract comments about the future of the Hulk.
Conceptual illustrator, Benton Jew, had the privilege of working on not one, not two, but three live-action Hulk films: Jonathan Hensleigh's defunct Hulk film (1997), Ang Lee's 2003 film, and Louis Leterrier's The Incredible Hulk (2008). Come see concept art and storyboards.
Marvel Heroes is expanding their Founders Program by giving another founding Avenger the spotlight - the Hulk!
Marvel has released official descriptions and new promo images of its upcoming animated series: "Avengers Assemble" and "Hulk and the agents of SMASH"
Leterrier, who directed 2008's The Incredible Hulk for Marvel Studios, reveals that he met with current Bruce Banner Mark Ruffalo to play the Green Goliath, but obviously didn't get his way.
Mark Ruffalo clarifies some previous thoughts about a solo Hulk film, a new Hunger Games: Catching Fire poster, behind the scenes stunt work on The CW's Arrow and an insider look at Game of Thrones.
Tons of rumors are flying fast and free about the future of the Hulk after a scene stealing performance from Mark Ruffalo in Joss Whedon's Avengers. Tonight the actor took to Twitter to give his take on the current prospects for Hulk.
The top 5 news stories of the week. Joss Whedon says a solo Hulk movie would be tricky, the new suit for Spider-Man is revealed, Iron Man 3 gets a stunning new photo and Chris Cooper signs on to play Norman Osborn.
This will probably make you guys happy and sad in equal measure. I'm sure you remember the rumor that Marvel would be planning a solo movie for The Green Goliath based on the Planet Hulk comics? Well, according to AICN that is definitely not happening. Read on for details..
Director Joss Whedon discusses the difficulties of adapting the Hulk for a solo film. He also acknowledges that there are currently no plans for a solo outing but highlights Mark Ruffalo as a definite asset.
Planet Hulk and World War Hulk offer natural progressions for the character and present the best avenues to portray the Hulk on the big screen. Read on for my take on why this is something that could work very well, and why we should be looking forward to it.
Elmayimbe finally dropped his big Marvel Superbowl scoop in the form of a video blog. Want to know how the Green Goliath fits into Marvel's phase 2 plans - and beyond? Read on, but be warned, if this is accurate it is a MAJOR SPOILER for the end of Avengers 2..
A run down of the rumors concerning director Guillermo del Toro's Hulk television show for ABC, starting in October 2010 all the way up to the latest news tidbit that dropped this past week.
Director Ang Lee credited the knowledge that he acquired while working on Hulk for giving him the confidence to pull off the CGI-heavy film, Life of Pi. He also shares his thoughts on Mark Ruffalo's Hulk in Marvel's summer blockbuster, The Avengers.
Here's a bit of fun for all you Avengers fans on this All Hallows Eve and a break from the Star Wars onslaught. See Dwyane 'The Rock' Johnson dressed up as everyone's favorite Avenger, The Hulk. Behold, The People's Hulk, no CGI required!
While chatting at New York Comic Con, fantastic director Guillermo Del Toro talked a little bit about Hellboy 3, as well as revealing that The Hulk television show he was working on is on a holding pattern.
Director Guillermo del Toro ("Pacific Rim") recently chatted with Shock Till You Drop about his upcoming projects; Frankenstein and the Hulk television series that he is creating for ABC.
Reiterating that there are currently no plans to slip in a solo Hulk movie before the release of Joss Whedon's sequel to Marvel's The Avengers, Kevin Feige also weighs in on the possibility of someday adapting "Planet Hulk" and "World War Hulk".